Google Chrome is possibly the best internet browser in the world. It is packed with loads of features that make it better and more efficient than other browsers.
Chrome offers site settings that allow you to make necessary changes as needed while visiting a website. Many online sites request access to your microphone, camera, location, and more. This access is given through your browser. However, not all websites are the same. But the settings are there, so you can change them whenever needed.
By default, all these settings in Chrome are set to ‘Always Ask’. This means whenever a site needs to access your location, it will ask you for permission. It can access your location only if you grant permission to the website.
If you want to know how to change site settings in Chrome, you are in the right place. In this guide, we will discuss the steps that you need to perform.
Steps to change site settings in Chrome:
- Open Google Chrome:
- Now open any website:
- Now, click on the padlock icon :
- Now, click on the Site settings menu:
- Next, you will be redirected to the site settings page where you can change the different settings of the specific site: